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All about iPad 2 Jailbreak update for iOS 4.3.5

July 26, 2011  |  iPad Tweaks  |  Share

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After Apple has managed to release an immediate update of iOS 4.3.4 to plug the hole of iOS 4.3.3 which can be easily jailbroken with JailbreakME 3.0, another update to iOS 4.3.5 was now launched again with just 1 week interval. Apple’s reason? “To fix the vulnerability with certificate validation.” Perhaps they have found first some hole that could somehow be used for jailbreakers to inject another jailbreak.

Although other iDevices, can avail a tethered jailbreak using RedSn0w, the iPad 2 has now way it can be jailbroken even using RedSn0w. So, if you are lucky enough to have jailbroken your iPad 2 with iOS 4.3.3 using JailbreakME 3.0, DO NOT update to iOS 4.3.4 or 4.3.5. Instead, save a copy of your SHSH blob to be on the safe side. If you have updated without saving your SHSH, you do not have any other choice but to wait desperately for the next jailbreak to come. If you had saved your SHSH, you can still downgrade to iOS 4.3.3.

Even if the PDF exploit by Comex in JailbreakME.com provides a very simple jailbreak process, it also left users who haven’t used the jailbreak hanging in the air because of the two updates, iOS 4.3.4 and 4.3.5. There is only a little possibility that another untethered jailbreak will be developed prior to iOS 5 which will be coming in a couple of months. iOS 5 is expected to be a much-improved operating system for iDevices and probably a harder one to provide an untethered jailbreak in the future.

With a little time left before iOS 5 will be launched, we thought that iOS 4.3.4 will be the last update. For sure Apple has always a surprise not only for its loyal customers but also for its loyal jailbreakers.

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